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From all of us at ConVal Regional High School, our very best wishes for the holidays to all students, alumni, returning college students, parents, guardians, and community members! And Happy New Year 2015!

From all of us at ConVal Regional High School, our very best wishes for the holidays to all students, alumni, returning college students, parents, guardians, and community members! And Happy New Year 2015!

The Cougars clinched a hard-fought victory over the Souhegan Sabers with a final score of 64-57 in overtime. Here, Will Chambers scores a basket against a Souhegan defender and finishes with 23 points for the game.

The Cougars clinched a hard-fought victory over the Souhegan Sabers with a final score of 64-57 in overtime. Here, Will Chambers scores a basket against a Souhegan defender and finishes with 23 points for the game.

Ms. Godlewski's CIE class jumps on the "Polar Express," learning about the importance and creative nature of lesson planning. The lesson focuses on motor skills, literacy, and cognitive development in childhood education.

Ms. Godlewski's CIE class jumps on the "Polar Express," learning about the importance and creative nature of lesson planning. The lesson focuses on motor skills, literacy, and cognitive development in childhood education.

Students in Ms. O'Neill's class take a break from their internships to get their resumes and cover letters in order. Dave Dewitt, 2014 Business Educator of the Year, role-plays an interviewer for a student interested in law enforcement.

Students in Ms. O'Neill's class take a break from their internships to get their resumes and cover letters in order. Dave Dewitt, 2014 Business Educator of the Year, role-plays an interviewer for a student interested in law enforcement.

Spanish and German classes come caroling through the halls of ConVal on Thursday and make a stop in the main office. Students sing holiday songs in the languages they are studying, accompanied by Señor Kennedy's guitar.

Spanish and German classes come caroling through the halls of ConVal on Thursday and make a stop in the main office. Students sing holiday songs in the languages they are studying, accompanied by Señor Kennedy's guitar.

After their 3-hour Holiday Concert Wednesday evening, the Conval band and chorus reprise portions of their repertoire in front of an all-school assembly that includes students from the middle and elementary schools.

After their 3-hour Holiday Concert Wednesday evening, the Conval band and chorus reprise portions of their repertoire in front of an all-school assembly that includes students from the middle and elementary schools.

With a full assembly of high school, middle school, and elementary students and teachers in attendance, chorus teacher Krystal Morin proudly introduces members of the ConVal High School Chorus to the audience.

With a full assembly of high school, middle school, and elementary students and teachers in attendance, chorus teacher Krystal Morin proudly introduces members of the ConVal High School Chorus to the audience.

Led and joined by teacher Jahna Moncrief, ConVal strings students play a piece during an all-school assembly. The packed gymnasium was silent as the delicate music filled the air, drawing in students and teachers alike.

Led and joined by teacher Jahna Moncrief, ConVal strings students play a piece during an all-school assembly. The packed gymnasium was silent as the delicate music filled the air, drawing in students and teachers alike.

As a fireplace video loop plays on the big screen, a festive book tree with Scottish pine garland and holiday lights invites readers into a cozy research and reading environment of the ConVal library and learning commons.

As a fireplace video loop plays on the big screen, a festive book tree with Scottish pine garland and holiday lights invites readers into a cozy research and reading environment of the ConVal library and learning commons.

ConVal students of the World Language Spanish, French, and German clubs visit the Rivermead community to spread some holiday cheer by singing traditional holiday songs in English and other languages.

ConVal students of the World Language Spanish, French, and German clubs visit the Rivermead community to spread some holiday cheer by singing traditional holiday songs in English and other languages.

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Mr. Pickering's December Letter To Parents And Guardians

Dear Parents & Guardians,

As we approach the end of the calendar year, I want to take this opportunity to provide you with an update on some important initiatives at ConVal Regional High School: our work on 21st century skills, school-wide rubrics, and a look ahead at the 2015-16 school budget.

To read the letter in its entirety, please click here.


These elves have been working hard at creating the 2015 ConVal Yearbook


The 2015 ConVal Yearbook Makes A Great Holiday Gift!

The 2015 ConVal Yearbook makes a great holiday gift, whether for your own son or daughter or, in the true giving spirit of the holidays, as a gift of lasting memories for a student who may not be able to afford one. The yearbook is written for all students - freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Yearbooks can be preordered online on the Jostens website where you can also find customization options. If you are interested in taking out a parent appreciation ad, please contact Ms. Amanda Bastoni, the Yearbook Class advisor.

Students Engage School Board In Budget Discussions

About 30 ConVal High School students attended the recent School Board meeting at Francestown Elementary School and made their voices heard regarding the proposed 2015-16 budget. For a complete report in the Monadnock Ledger Transcript, please click here.

ConVal Select Chorus Performs With Lawrence Academy

In a unique inter-school collaboration, chorus director Krystal Morin and members of the ConVal High School Select Chorus join with players from Indian Hill Orchestra and student singers, dancers, and faculty at Lawrence Academy in a performance of "The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace," a contemporary piece by Welsh composer Karl Jenkins.

Jenkins chose the Renaissance French secular song “L’homme armé” as the basis for his musically challenging composition which was commissioned by the British Royal Armouries Museum for their Millennium celebrations. “L’homme armé” had gained in popularity after the fall of Constantinople to the Turks in 1453 and was used as the cantus firmus in many medieval Latin masses.

For more on the performance, see the short video on the related Facebook post by Lawrence Academy.

Video Highlights From ConVal's Annual Holiday Concert 2014

ConVal Gets Into The Spirit With Unique Holiday Sweaters

ConVal School District Weekly Video

District Notices

2014 - 2015 District School Calendar

2014-2015 Bus Routes


Parent Involvement Survey for Special Education Students

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Unsure About A Delay Or School Closing? WMUR Will Confirm

During the inclement weather season, the SAU will inform parents of a 2-hr delay or a school closing through an Alert Now phone message. Parents can also consult the WMUR weather page which lists all declared school closings and delays.



School Notices

Parent-Principal Advisory Committee

Next Meeting: January 7, 2015 6:00pm in the DLC

Lunch Menu

Notice About Food Allergies

Healthy Snack List

2014-15 Bell Schedule

2014-2015 Bus Routes

Due to health concerns,

ConVal is a latex-free zone.


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ConVal High School
184 Hancock Road
Peterborough, NH 03458


Phone: (603) 924-3869
Fax: (603) 924-9176

 

Principal:
Brian Pickering

 

Dean of Students:
Stephen Bartsch

 

Dean of Faculty:

Gib West

 

Director of School Counseling:

Kim Chandler

Special Education Administrator:

Leander Corman

Director of Applied Technology Center:

John Reitnauer


Athletic Director:
Mark Swasey

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